Music can heal lives for the better, says LeRoy Mobley who has come up well in his career as a singer.

Music can heal lives for the better, says LeRoy Mobley who has come up well in his career as a singer.

He underwent through chronic depression in his 20’s, but emerged glorious by embracing music.

Music has the potential to transform lives, and who knows this better than LeRoy Mobley who fought bad health but transitioned his life 360• by following his passion for music and emerged a winner in his life and career. “if not for music I would have lost my life for good. I strongly believe that music has the potential to make a huge impact on one’s life as it has done on mine,” says the music artist.

Born in Manila, Philippines, Mobley spent his growing up years in the suburbs of Brandon, Florida. He had a normal upbringing as his father was a general contractor and a Vietnam War veteran, whereas her mother was a registered nurse and a Gulf War veteran. He was good at studies and graduated from the University of South Florida with a Psychology Bachelor’s Degree and Spanish Minor. How did he get interested in music? This is something we all want to know. As a young boy of 11, he got influenced by singing and was backed by one of his school teachers Mrs. Cunningham from Middleton Middle School, who had immense faith in his talent and who encouraged him to take up his singing talent in front of the world. One thing led to other and gradually he transitioned into a seasoned mainstream Raw-Pop-R&B from singing in churches and schools.

With time grew his popularity as a singer, and soon he was featured on Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, CA, Fox’s Good Day New York, the United Nations, and Tokyo Disney Sea‘s Broadway Show ‘Big Band Beat’ which made him stand amongst established music artists of that time.

“I never knew when my singing passion turned into a serious profession. There have been many known names who have inspired me to pursue my career as a music artist. Artists like John Legend, Shawn Mendes, Justin Bieber, DJ Khaled, Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Coldplay and Stevie Wonder have inspired me, and I credit them a lot for where I am today,” says Mobley.

He started his music career in 1997 by displaying his singing capabilities publicly. Alternatively he followed his other passion like playing trumpet, guitar and even dancing. He tried his luck as an actor too in 2008. His actual journey as a solo pop artist began in 2016 when he came out with 50+ original songs with ‘Better Together’ as his debut single which released on April 27, 2018, making his mark as a singing sensation.

Mobley is currently pursuing his singing career by performing in house concerts and says that he is looking forward to perform in music festivals across the world soon.

To know more about him, follow his Social Media@LeRoyMobley

Derek Robins

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